I was reading something Lyda Morehouse was blogging about at sfnovelists.com and, as she was making the point that manuscript formatting is important to writers seeking to become published, I thought I would revisit manuscript formatting.
I ran across a blog today that vehemently denies that science is faith-based. While this is a tempting position to stake out, particularly in light of the cultural wars raging across the blogosphere, it shows a disturbing misunderstanding of the underpinnings of science and logic.
We are almost to the end of the critiques from the Turkey City Lexicon. The second to last set of critiques is characters and viewpoint. Continue reading “Critiquing SF – Character and Viewpoint”
Yesterday I finished my penultimate draft of “The Alchemist of Liberty” and handed it off to my copy editor Tracy. During the next few weeks I will be updating the AoL Glossary and preparing to submit it for publication. Next on my agenda is “Death Rides for Free”, the sequel to AoL and second of the Night Whippoorwill stories.